Lexington Group Gives Former Inmates a Second Chance

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/11 12:48 am
A fairly new organization is helping men and women who have been released from prison get a fresh start.

The Lexington Academy of Barbering was founded by Anthony Hayden in May, and since its launch, hundreds of people have been helped.

The group began as a way to get former inmates through barber school, and get them on track to a better life.

Since the organization is a non-profit and pays for college, they need donations to stay afloat.

If you are interested in making a contribution, you may send them to...

Pastor Everett Hobson
Executive Account Manager
1132 Winchester Road Suite 175
Lexington, Kentucky 40505
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